Four weeks into our first full virtual school year, I bring you a bevy of home learning strategies in this week’s blog. Part 1 of this series will detail what virtual school looks like for us, Part 2 will cover the living strategies we are employing.
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Here are a lot of the books I’ve read in 2020. I’m including the kids books that have either become quality-time reading for our family or have kept my kids enthralled (off-screen) for long periods of time. All books are links to purchase through one of the DC area Black-owned bookstores.
Although we had not spent a night outside of our home since February, or even eaten outside at a restaurant, we felt that the mental health benefits to our family would be worth the risks of the trip. Maine has consistently had one of the lowest rates of COVID-19 transmission and strict travel restrictions. We were not disappointed.
Let’s be honest, none of us knows exactly how this school year is going to shake out. That makes it quite difficult to figure out when we will find time to get our work done or how to set up a schedule for our children. I hope this blog will help you formulate your own plan and see the possibilities within your day.